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declared across our entire area. doug kammerer right now is here to explain why we should keep a close eye on this one. >> the reason for this, jim, is not because we have a hurricane to the south. it's because what's going to be happening after. this right now, it says it's a hurricane, but most likely it's a tropical storm. but do not let that fool. the 8:00 advisory, i bet it will come out as tropical storm sandy, but it doesn't matter, don't let a weakening storm now fool you later. because this storm is going to continue to make its way up the coast. right now has winds of 57 miles an hour. that was the latest as of the 5:00 advisory from the national hurricane center, moving to the north at 7 miles per hour. it is expected to become a tropical storm most likely around 00, 11:00 advisory. the track is what you want to focus on here. the cone of uncertainty takes it anywhere from boston, to the richmond area and anywhere in between is going to see very strong winds. not going to be the rain, most likely not the flooding in our region, it will be the winds. let's take a look
that interjection changed the course of the entire debate from that point forward. at the bottom of the hour doug schoen along with pat caddell to discuss the political implications and why they say we can expect this to be a critical event for the final presidential debate coming this monday. you can see that right here. coverage begins monday night 8:55 eastern time. join me, bret baier. it happens monday night right here on the fox news channel. i cannot promise ... bret will be inside the debate hall with this debate. i will be in the alley talking like this. hope you will be with us. new numbers out on the growing financial burden american college students are facing. a report shows student loan debt is up and it's becoming a major issue on the campaign trail with each candidate offering their own plan for relief. trace gallagher has that story. >> reporter: the big fear is you have a lot of students looking at student debt. they are saying they are going to skip college all together. according to the institute of college access and success it says that 66% of last year's college grads walke
and their makers and find out which company has the upper hand and ceo doug oberhelman, its eight a big morning you can't afford to miss. >>> tech earnings take center stage, a quick look at the futures setting up the week the dow would open up 20 points higher, nasdaq as well as the s&p 500, including a down day on friday but ended up relatively flat for the week. here are your morning headlines. the average price for a gallon of regular gasoline in the u.s. fell more than eight cents in the past two weeks, average price $3.75 per gallon. the news is welcomed after a month-long period when gas prices averaged around $3.83 per gallon, the highest prices for gasoline was october 19th survey in san francisco by the way at $4.50 a gallon. japan's exports tumbled by 10.3% in the year to september, that's the sharpest decline since the aftermath of last year's earthquake. meantime, bank of japan is cutting its outlook for local regional economies due to a fight with china and weak global demand. bp has yet to reach an agreement on the sale of the 50% stake in russian venture tnk. they are preparing to a
now, doug schoen and pat caddell, also a fox news contributor and former pollster for jimmy carter. i want to start with these ohio numbers because, because there was also a poll out that said it was tied at 47, and ppp, a democratic-leaning firm, released a poll showing obama up just one point in ohio. do you believe that it's a tied race in ohio, doug? >> i do. i think the fox news poll last week had it three, and i think pat and i both believe that the momentum in the race, the clear momentum is moving to mitt romney, and ohio which is probably both a bellwether and the key to the election, has been moving slowly, but it's moved about five or six points in the last week or so, and bottom line that makes this race dead even with all the momentum in governor romney's direction. megyn: the ppp poll that showed the president up by just one in ohio apparently had a sampling, a democrat sampling advantage of 8%, and earlier it was a democratic advantage of four. so the president is showing, you know, that he's doing worse even with more democrats in the sample in the tate of ohio, pat. w
, a very different look inside the campaign from presidential historian doug brinkley who got an opportunity to watch his tore being made as well as what president obama called mitt romney. it rhymes with, well, show-bidder. it's causing outrage tonight. this, on the other hand, there may be reason for the romney campaign to cheer. the breaking news. the abc news/"washington post" tracking poll now has mitt romney ahead by three points and more crucially, hitting the 50% mark for the first time. in our own cnn poll of polls, governor romney currently enjoys a one-point lead, 48-47. as you no doubt know, the race will boil down to a few key states and tonight, we also have new numbers from the nbc/"wall street journal" poll in colorado showing the race there tied. in nevada, the same poll has president obama out front by three, whereas in virginia, new polling from fox has mr. romney up by two. that's a nine-point swing in his favor since september. now, not coincidentally the campaigns in the last several days have stopped in all of those states. take a look. how would you lik
as we hurricane sandy. jennifer donelan has a look at the preparations here. >> first, doug hill joins us on the stormst position. >> that is all we are talking it is such an weathe5ronfluence of that could create historic conditions. the latest satellite image, the circulation southeast of category 2 105 mop or wind, -- 10 5 mile per the east, moving to northeast. exactly where. the storm track is between new jersey.that this may get weaker, but even when it makes landfall, it will more into the extra tropical, mega storm we have been talking about. sunday night through tuesday, we are expecting threats of excessive , high and damaging wind, associated power outages, and flooding on the coast. >> thankou, doug. we continue team coverage with many preparations underway washington area. jennifer donelan is live in northeast washington. she >> has how we are battening down in the metro area. >> this will be the problem away the coast. look at all of these leaves. the leaves are coming down. the possibility is very real e clawedcould have som storm drains. mean even more flooding. i
, meteorologist maria molina, and doug mcelway on the bach. >> we're tracking sandy, a hushing maximum sustained winds of 75 miles per hour and some things to note and we've been repeating that sandy from one to the other, expands about 800 miles and we're starting to feel the impacts cross portions of eastern pennsylvania, maryland, down through portions of delaware and mind you. the center of the storm is over 500 miles away from the new york city area, so we have time to go here, about 48 hours of time that we will be feeling the impacts across the the new york city area from sandy through at least early wednesday morning and some heavy rain is still falling across portions of the outer banks of north carolina, eastern parts of virginia and like i just mentioned some of the heavy rain picking up across eastern portions of pennsylvania. something else we're noticing with sandy, the wind is picking up. shy of 40 miles per hour across portions of long island, the new york city area, wind gusts shy of 30 miles per hour and strong winds as well across much of new jersey, atlantic city, seeing one
.c. with more on this is doug luzader. hi, doug. >> unless you live in one of those battle ground states, you are probably not going to see much of the candidates at least not in person over the next 13 days as this campaign reaches a fever pitch. you can add another 5,000 miles or so to the odometer of air force one today. as president obama passes back on board. as usual this may come down to ohio the president was in dayton yesterday. >> we know where they need to be not here not my where. we have made real progress. we have to build on that progress. we can't go back to when god t into this mess. that's why i am running for second term as president of the united states. >>> the obama campaign says the 20 page booklet will help close the deal. president holding it up there. trying to refute the charge to the romney campaign that there is no plan. mitt romney meantime heads to n nevada and iowa after big rallies in colorado yesterday including one in red rock. >> what you are seeing from the obama campaign is an incredibly shrinking campaign. the president is out of ideas. he is out of excu
in the rose garden yet and no one has told him, chris. doug is absolutely right. he's not good on his feet. his last few interviews have been aces a ters. he was terrible with david gregory. when paul ryan sat down with chris wallace, he was hammered on the absence of details in their plans. romney couldn't even handle bret bear from fox. they can't even go to fox when they go on fox nobody blows fox who is a republican except these two guys. so i think it's the prevent defense except he's not sitting on a lead. but he's behind in most of the swing states. he's behind in ohio, wisconsin, iowa, nevada. you know, i'm not sure this is so safe, but it's probably the safest course for him. >> well, i think bret bear is pretty good in that interview. one reason romney might steer clear of sit-down interviews, he's been barraged with questions about senate candidate richard mourdock. take a look. >> governor, do you wish mourdock would pull that ad? >> which way are we going? >> governor, do you disavow mourdock's comments on the rape? >> thank you. >> governor, do you disavow murdoch's comments
.com. veronica johnson and myself continuing to answer these questions through the 6:00 hour. >> thank you, doug. we hope you stay with storm team 4 for continuing coverage of hurricane sandy. we have complete coverage on news4 and keep us with up on facebook and twitter as well. >>> to the presidential race now. a marathon day on the campaign trail. president obama has just voted in chicago. she was in tampa, florida, at 7:00 this morning. and still has miles to go before he sleeps. the president is set to leave chicago in about an hour for a campaign affair in cleveland. there's a new "washington post" abc news poll that shows mitt romney edging ahead of president obama. 50% to 47%. the president made a stop in virginia today, northern virginia bureau chief julie carey spoke to voters there about who they think will win in november. >> you may notice that my voice sounds just a little hoarse. we are right in the middle of our 48-hour fly-around campaign extravaganza. >> reporter: by the time he reached bird park, the president's two-day fly-around to six battleground states
as people rush to salvage what they can. >> doug kammerer is here to kick off team coverage with a look at the path. >> we have a new path that's just come in from the national hurricane center. hurricane sandy just off the coast of florida. you can see all the rain in the outer bands making their way through miami, upwards of 60-mile-an-hour winds. the storm itself is still over the bahamas. we don't have radar out that far, but the center clearly defined here. we're going to be watching this one very closely over the next couple of days. this is the latest track from the national hurricane center, the latest winds 90 miles an hour. that is down a little bit, moving north-northwest at 15 miles an hour. still a strong cat thegoer 1 storm and that's pretty much where this is going to be, probably a cat 1, maybe a cat 2 over the next few days. this may state a cat 1. doesn't matter the strength of the hurricane because once it moves our way it has the potential to become a superstorm. the latest track has now shifted farther to the south, more in line to our area, and i think we are going
. and doug schoen a former pollster for bill clinton and a fox news contributor. none of you are women, i am and you're experts and we vote on the same things. dog, what do you make about this move? >> martha where your introduction went is exactly where i would begin. bottom line people are voting on the economy. the democrats have tried to make a so-called republican war on women, abortion, contraception, the centerpiece of the campaign, and bluntly it's not working. the gallop poll and other data is showing that women are moving directly to governor romney and they are showing that that movement is because of concerns about the economy. so bottom line, the economy triumphs social issues and that's what we are seeing right now. martha: let's fake a look at a couple of the polls you just mentioned before we bring you in, brad, so we can get your thoughts on them. the first one we have here is likely swing state voters, who would do a better job handling the deficit and the debt. you've got governor romney with a very comfortable margin there 52% over 43% and you can see why they are talking
devastated so many businesses. doug mckelway has the news. live tonight in golf shores, alabama. hey, doug. >> hey, shep. you know, two years since the worst he can logical disaster in u.s. history. the beaches here at gulf shores, alabama are absolutely pristine. the politics of the cleanup are anything but that one local congressman joe bonner saying it's the worst of chicago politics. closed door negotiations are underway in washington between the governor of all the gulf states. the justice department and bp oil to determine just how much bp should be fined. the fines will be huge, up to $20 billion. last june, an expectation of that windfall congress passed what they call the restore act which requires that 80% of that money be dispersed by local officials to compensate not just for he can logical damage but for economic damage, too. >> we were devastated. we were closed for the summer of 2010, which is our year. we are seasonal destination. >> but sources say that justice department negotiators are steering the finds through the national resources damage assessment which would requir
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released a new study. doug will talk in a few minutes about the details to surprise it found that the tax increases due to occur at the end of 2012 if they last for 2013, would raise taxes by $56 00 billion. the average household would pay about $3500 more than that the rules in place. cbo says the tax hikes along with hundreds of billions of dollars discretionary spending cuts. would drive the chief economist at coalition she blogs as economist mom and chief of house budget committee and for the democratic staff of the committee. our format today will be straightforward. each of the panel lists will speak for about five minutes. i'll ask them questions. we'll try to get a discussion going and turn over to the audience and give you chance to ask questions. we have people watching on c-span and on the web, if you're not in the room and have questions, please send them to public affairs all one word at and the questions will come to me. to start, donald? >> thanks, and thanks everybody for being here. thank you for braving the rain to talk about fiscal cliff and try not to ruin yo
preparations for the second debate. doug luzader is live from washington with more. >>> good morning. this gives you a sense at what's at stake in the second debate. this is a politics average of polls. the course of the year going back into late last year. you see a clear obama lead after the first president shea deial . they came at the luxury resort bringing pizza to a local campaign office. obama campaign officials say we are going to see a much different debate performance this time around. >> you see a poresful passionate energetic tone that demonstrates the choice we have in front of us. obviously the president is going to be respectful. the most important thing is to talk directly to the undecided voters asking these questions and give them the answer they deserve on what's most impacting their lives. >>> romney is preparing for the debate. he and his wife ann were in church yesterday. they are preparing for an gracive style. >> i think the wind is at governor romney's back. you can see it on the trail you can see it in the data. but the country is pretty evenly divided. >> t
models are sold out and there is a two-woek delay. prices start at $329. >>> in sports a moment for doug awful. took that line drive off his skull in the second inning. fister would be okay. he would continue to pitch. i don't know how, but the giants score late to win 2-0, take a 2-0 lead in the best of seven riw york facing every parent's nightmare, a woman they trusted with their three children now accused of stabbing two of those kids to death. upper west soid mother returned home to find her oldest two children stabbed and the nanny on the floor nearby, unconscious and bleeding. deb feyerick has been following this story. you always want to ask why. but maybe we'll never know. >> yeah. and that's what's so tragic about this. i with was looking at pictures and entries on the blog that the mom kept documenting her children. this with his a truly happy, happy family. and you can stng to this mom. the questn, why did this nanny apparently snap and do something so terrible as police allege? she's in critical condition right now under arrest. because she's sedated she has not yet be
plenty of power lines. in delaware today we watched doug and his crew working to get the power back on. >> trees and wires don't go together. >> for the most part, absolutely >> dan: around there is so much concern about trees in new york, that the mayor has closed central park for the time being. for all of the travelers, it's hope some of the backlog will be helped tonight. j.f.k. has reopened. bay area airports are hopeful that redeye flights will take off tonight starting in the next hour or two. let's hope that happens. however, look at this. laguardia's runway is lake. second major airport is flooded. just about everyone agrees it will take days to clear the flight backlog 50,000 passengers to be stranded around the world. >> red cross in the bay area is making an urgent plea for blood donations. they had to cancel hundred blood drives on the east coast. supplies are running very low. blood drives have been set up in northern california to help those back east. go to and click on see it on tv. >> we will continue to track this storm and remnants of it and the cleanup
maker that got some 250 million tax dollars is filing for bankruptcy. and doug mcelway has more for us from washington on this. >> reporter: the name of the company is a123, a waltham, massachusetts outfit that specializes in lithium ion batteries. it built three plants in 2010 to take advantage of the state's huge tax breaks for battery manufacturers. vice president joe biden hailed the $249 million tax grant to the company. he said with recovery act projects like this we are starting to turn the page on a decade of failed economic policies, end quote. president obama phoned the company at a 2010 celebration. >> i am calling to congratulate a123 systems on this tremendous milestone. as you said thanks to the recovery act, you guys are the first american factory to start high volume production of advanced vehicle batteries. i met with david and some of the a123 team here in the white house back in april, and it's incredibly exciting to see ho*uf you guys have come since we announced these grants just over a year ago. >> reporter: despite hundreds of millions of dollars of taxpayer supp
is tightening. as fox's doug luzader tells us, with four weeks to go before the election, both are coming out swunging on the campaign trail. >> reporter: 47 to 47, the race is locked up right now, at least according to gallup. the landscape is changing quickly. both campaigns are trying to take advantage. mitt romney may have had more spring in his step yesterday as he spoke to the virginia military institute. he went after what has been president obama's strong suit in many polls, foreign policy. and he spoke about last month's attack on the u.s. consulate in libya in a world he says is now more dangerous. >> this latest assault can be blamed on a video insulting islam, despite the administration's attempts to convince us of that for so long. no, the administration has conceded these were the deliberate work of terrorists. >> reporter: the president spent much of his day preaching to the converted at california fundraisers. it helped pad his campaign coffers. he reminded his faithful that the race is extremely tight and right around the corner. >> so i need you in this election, the next 29
is christine and it's an honor to hear you speak. i have a son, doug was, who turned off the tv and mp3 player etc. and picked up your book a number of years ago. it truly helped him and reading. i am curious as to what the genesis of going to thrillers to historical fiction and also, and of course i'm quite happy about this, that uis have a very strong woman in each of your historical fictions. [applause] >> thank you. i was interested in theatrical architecture. i used to go look at theaters because of how beautiful they are and the atmosphere in the cathedrals but i very quickly became interested in how they were built. when you look at one of those european cathedrals, you do think, don't you, how did medieval people get those enormous domes up that high? they had no power tools, no power of any kind, no mathematics for constructing cranes, and so i became interested in how it was done. and eventually became interested in the society and produced the great cathedrals. the question on my mind, i think it strikes everybody why are they there? why did people want these enormous buildings? i b
. doug mckelway is live at the white house with more on this. doug, we actually had a reporter from new hampshire this week say he really saw happen in the state of new hampshire. democrats really focusing on social issues. how is this turn working for the obama campaign? >> reporter: well, jenna, face it, the number one issue facing americans is the economy, but that is an issue upon which the president is very, very vulnerable. that is the reason, many analysts say, that the obama campaign is now turning to these social issues, and key among them, of course, is the so-called war on women. a linchpin of the so of called war on women is the right to abortion. it's one of the reasons that at that campaign rally at george may john university in suburban virginia, he has chosen to introduce him cecile richards of planned parenthood, and it is no coincidence she is also being featured in a new web ad released by the campaign today. here's a little bit of that. >> since day one president obama has stood with women. the very first bill he signed was the lily ledbetter fair pay act allowing us
away from the first presidential debate in colorado. i'm doug luzader in washington. we will have more on that coming up. >> plus, already struggling to get out of bankruptcy, now american airlines has a new set of concerns. what caused some tense moments for passengers on two different flights just days apart? >> and as we take you to the brk, a live look outside, look at the latest weather and traffic, from tucker and joey, that's next. 7:11 right now.  ♪ [ male announcer ] the first only the beginning. ♪ ♪ introducing a stunning work of technology. ♪ introducing the entirely new lexus es. and the first ever es hybrid. this is the pursuit of perfection. [ knocking ] oh, no, i got to go. oh, can you make that to go? these days, nobody has time to get sick. but minuteclinic makes it easy to get well. our nurse practitioners can diagnose and write prescriptions for everything from strep throat to sinus infections with no appointment necessary, so you can feel better in no time. you guys want to go to the park? yeah! yeah! minuteclinic, the med
. >> reporter: as cfo with a huge bank with six major divisions, no one holds doug braunstein personally responsely for the london whale debacle but he's one of a series of retiring executives in the wake of that crisis. he took the cfo post in 2010. he was increasingly worn down by the demands of the job, i am told, including whole whale situation which threw everybody in a tailspin starting in may. like many former investment bankers, alan schwartz formerly of bear stearns comes to mind. braunstein played a key role in helping jpmorgan secure a role in united health's $5 billion acquisition of the brazilian health care provider just this week, just as he's crunching for earnings on friday. braunstein may stick around for another couple of quarters while he figures out whether to stay, go, return to banking, but in the meantime there is no obvious successor. matt zanes while clearly qualified might regard the cfo position at least if it were stand-alone as a demotion considering that right now he oversees braunstein which was part of the transition they made a couple of months ago. othe
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one is a town hall, and most of the questions will come from the audience. doug brinkley is with us from austin, texas. he is a presidential historian, teaches history at rice university, and i understand as well you are actually going to be delivering a pre-debate lecture atofstra university just in the next couple of days to really get people a sense of what this means and how this could impact the race. tell us a little bit about what you think about the town hall format. >> well, that's right. first of all, these are a great boon for our university. hofstra, to be a student there and to have all this excitement coming here to campus. the town hall format, i think it's much better than what we saw with the last one. at least you feel that the -- in this case president obama and mitt romney are going to be actually looking at citizens. now, it's become very scripted over the years. in 1992 it was the wild west in these town halls, meaning somebody from the audience can ask a question. now they've been prescreened to the point that it is a little bit less open formed than one might
to come out swinging this time, doug. >> i think that is the consensus. to use the president's generally regarded lack luster performance in the first debate, coupled with the vice president's, some say overly aggressiveness in the vp debate the president needs to make a stronger case for a second term. the momentum is now with romney and ryan. the only way to block that momentum barring an obtain surprise may be for the president to decisively win tuesday's debate. >> i think he's going to be aggressive in making the case for his view of whether we should go as a country, and a country that is built around a growing, thriving middle class not this top down theory that governor romney has. >> there is one potentially very big obstacle to achieving that, however, this next debate is a town hall style debate with undecided voters picked by the gallop polls asking the questions with the moderator asking the follow-up. they tend to lean towards social issues, because citizen questioners often relate their personal antidotes or circumstances. to be aggressive in such a form can be off putting
can. megyn: joining me now, doug schoen, former advisor to president bill clinton, pat cad dale, -- pat caddel, former vice sore to president jimmy carter. both co-hosts on fox news channel, sunday at -- >> 5:30 p.m. megyn: what is really going on here? this got started with vice president joe biden's comments at the debate saying we didn't know the folks at in libya were requesting for security and it spiraled from there. what is really happening, doug? >> we have 25 days to go until the election the obama administration is trying to foist off blame and responsibility, whether it be now the state department, before it was the intelligence community. they're using what i call the sergeant schultz defense, i know nothing. that is what they're trying to do. vice president biden said we didn't know. they have spun that into the white house, not the administration. and bottom line, they're trying to get through the next three weeks plus. megyn: in the mind of the voter does it make any difference whether hillary clinton knew and barack obama didn't, or is it just the administration
's so many students, and i think what most kids want to know, and i'll put this to you, doug, what to do to really make the application stand out. >> i think the best information i would give is to be authentic and describe who you are and let us understand what you want. don't write to us and tell us who you are because we're building a community, not filling a classroom. >> talking about the dreaded essay, of course. the point you is want to make it personal. can you tell when it's been overedited or adults have maybe even written it? >> yeah. a lot of times, particularly when the adults sign the application, you know -- >> does that really happen? >> that happens sometimes. it feels a little bit more packaged. it's not about the students so much when someone else is writing it. we don't hear their voice. we don't understand what makes them tick and that's what we're looking for. >> can you forgive something a little less than polished if you feel it's authentic? >> i think you can. i think at times, you know, it's an individual review. you look at everything, and you say, well, where
of dollars related to bear stearns. and doug braunstein will address his own resignation forthcoming. a successor has yet to be named. that's what's on on tap for jpmorgan. we' send it back to you in london. >> let's get more from larry mcdonald. all the focus will be on jpmorgan. what do you think the market's expectation is here? >> the financials are dramatically outperforming. so a lot's been baked in the cake and you're right, the net interest margin side as well as the outlook for the fiscal cliff, those are the big negatives. and it's very telling that in the last 48 hour, you had jamie dimon and mr. blankfein very public about the impact of the fiscal cliff and i think that's what really holds all the cards. >> so think they're on a pr mission here to educate people or draw attention to this issue because they're worried about the impact it will have on their business. >> absolutely. they're brilliant men and it for jamie dimon to mention a war room and for mr. blankfein to host that event and articulating -- the convexity is phenomenal. if they were to work out a deal and so
: doug savant takes pride in playing a gay character, one of the first on network tv, years before "will & grace." i'm proud to be part of the history of gay characters in network television. he was marginalized. but he existed. he was the only one in network television. it was an important step. we have come a long way for that. >> wait, did you call him tom? >> oh, matt. i was -- tom was -- tom was "desperate housewives." >> reporter: i found it a little different to interview my own husband. if the show was so great and the backstage, you know, was just so much fun and everything about it was great, why did you leave acting? >> i wanted to move back east and be a businessman. i just had plan to meet you. i figured if i'm not back east, i'm never going to meet the love of my life, and it happened. >> good answer. nicely done. >> oh, you can see why i married him. he's so sweet. >> what a keeper. >> so smooth. >> he is. he always knows exactly what to say. i hadn't seen that. >> that was fantastic. >>> one more check of the weather from sam. >> good morning, everybody. we're upstairs in
details. >> thanks, andrew. doug bronstein, cfo for two years, he came in 2010 is stepping down from the cfo role. he will stay with the bank, one action is to go to investment banking role. previously he had run their investment barvnking practice. lot of people think of him as an m&a guy. he's the latest to be associated with the wales situation. last week we learned about the retirement of barry zubrow, he had gone to a more senior role in recent years, another who had oversight and living and the cio, ina drew, resigned in the immediate aftermath of the $5.8 billion loss. you see a situation where jamie dimon has survived, been apologetic, up front "it was the dumbest thing i was ever associated with" et cetera, et cetera and gently having these people resign or move into different roles. it's almost, and tell me if you agree, a goldman sachs style way of dealing with things. obviously if someone has a huge blunder on their exact job they gotta go. other than that it's a slow and gradual and very civil kind of peeling off. >> he's not throwing people off the plank immediately. i
're turning to home depot. on the "squawk" newsline is the hurricane command center captain. doug, with he appreciate you coming on the line with us this morning. tell us about the weekend going into this in terms of your plans and what your expectation is on the other side of the storm. >> absolutely. we've been in planning mode since early last week. command center opened on friday and then the team was here throughout the weekend. >> what does that mean exactly? >> a multifaceted storm. huge in size as you have been reporting. so we're covering everything angle of the storm. >> what does that mean exactly? terms of product that you're getting out to stores, people that you're going to have on hand. >> two distinct phases. pre-storm. it's the plywood they need to board up with. flashlights, batteries, water, all of the things you typically want in advance of the storm. we've been planning all of the post needs. cleanup, roofing supplies, tarps, generators, more batteries, more flashlights. those things are all in preparation as well. >> i don't know if this will sound like an indelicate
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